2 Superb Houses in Milies Thessaly Greece.
2 Superb Houses in Milies Thessaly Greece Euroresales Property ID – 9824712 Property information: The property that has two houses (main house + guesthouse) is sold as. The main house has 3 bedrooms and the guest house one bedroom The main house has 2 bathrooms and the guest house 1 bathroom The size of the piece of land is 2200 square meters, the size of the main house is 110 square meters in two floors plus 70 square meters of a basement, and the size of guest house is 56 square meters. The view from the property is mainly the Pagasitic gulf and part of the village The property is situated in Milies, a village at mountain Pelion at the central part of Greece Milies is a village and a former municipality in Magnesia, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality South Pelion, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 63.754 km². The property: Has an area of 2200 square meters and in part of it two houses have been built. The rest of it is a garden with a lot of flowers ( roses and a lot of other ones) and trees ( more than 40 with some very characteristic fruits of the area like apples, figs, pears, cherries etc. In this area according to the Greek law you can build more houses or sell part of it if you like. 2. The guest house: It is an old traditional house of the area that it has been totally renovated in 2000 and it has 56 square meters in one big rectangular place that has been divided mainly into a. a bathroom, b. a kitchen c. a bedroom d. a living room. It is fully equipped and that can accommodate till four people. It is ideal for a family of 2 adults and 2 kids. It has a fire place, air conditioning (2 units), WiFi, TV laundry machine and a a fully organised kitchen. 3. The main house: It is a new building that started at 2001 and finished 2006. It has a basement of 70 square meters, a ground floor of 56 square meters that has the living room, the kitchen and one bathroom with another laundry. It has also a very nice terrace of around 10 square meters with panoramic view and a first floor that has 3 bedrooms, one more bathroom, and another small terrace. All bedrooms and the living room have air conditioning and of course the house has TV ( both terrestrial and satellite), wifi, a fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen. Both houses are connected with a central heating system which is located at the basement of the main house that works with petroleum (although it can be changed to almost anything else). For the garden, flowers and the trees there is an automated system to supply them with water which is programmable and can be driven with a cell phone ( the same cane be applied for the central heating system of the house). Finally about the parking place: It is possible to drive your car till inside the property and a road has been constructed for that purpose, although it is a little bit difficult because the road is rather narrow and in one point steep. Personally I use it when I want to move some heavy stuff. In a distance of 40 meters from the property there is a public parking place that we accommodate our cars usually, there it is very safe. The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence. A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Milies in the central part of Greece. About the area: It is a traditional Greek mountain village, at a height of 400 m on Mount Pelion. It is 28 km from Volos, the capital city of Magnesia. Milies is connected with the GR-34A It has traditional stone houses, cobbled roads, good restaurants and accommodation in abundance. Milies is also notable for being the terminus of the narrow gauge Pelion Railway, built between 1895 and 1903 by the Italian engineer, Evaristo de Chirico, father of the famous artist Giorgio de Chirico. This proved to be of considerable economic advantage to the region. The recently railway runs between Ano Lechonia and Milies twice a week at the weekend. The village commands striking views across the Pagasetic Gulf and benefits from the many streams and water sources for which Mt. Pelion is renowned. These result in rich vegetation and cool, forested mountain slopes.